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conjunction - Used to indicate an alternative, usually only before the last term of a series: hot or cold; this, that, or the other.

conjunction - Used to indicate the second of two alternatives, the first being preceded by either or whether: Your answer is either ingenious or wrong. I didn't know whether to laugh or cry.

conjunction - Archaic Used to indicate the first of two alternatives, with the force of either or whether.

conjunction - Used to indicate a synonymous or equivalent expression: acrophobia, or fear of great heights.

conjunction - Used to indicate uncertainty or indefiniteness: two or three.

conjunction - Before. Followed by ever or ere: "I doubt he will be dead or ere I come” ( Shakespeare).

preposition - Before.

noun - Heraldry Gold, represented in heraldic engraving by a white field sprinkled with small dots.

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